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A TOAST, by George Santayana GOD REST YE, MERRY GENTLEMEN, by Stephen Crane REGINALD'S PEACE POEM, by Saki THE SPIRIT OF FREEDOM, by Rabindranath Tagore THE LUCK OF THE BOGANS, by Sarah Orne Jewett YOUTH AND AGE, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge THE DESTROYER, by William Merriam Rouse A HUNDRED MILES UNDERGROUND, by Anonymous CATHERINE'S CAREER, Harriet Jean Crawford DESERTS OF THE NEW WORLD, by Arthur Mangin VAIN SUITORS, by Robert J. C. Stead
Topics: Christmas, New Year's Day, war, peace, nature, women, romance
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Things Past is what it says it is, an appreciation of things past, a compilation of contemporary reviews of older and public domain media – film, music, old-time radio, literature, and non-fiction -- history, politics, essays, cooking, philosophy, and other interests.   Some of the content is in French and German as well as English.
Topics: literature, old-time radio, non-fiction, film, cooking, essays
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18 New Year OTR Shows, 1944-1958 Comedy, science fiction, horror, detective, and variety shows from the first week (12/31 - 1/7) of the new year. This is a volunteer effort but please try and pay it forward --- donate a buck or five to our hosts at Archive dot org.   1/5/44 - Mail Call, featuring Jack Benny, Judy Garland, and Johnny Mercer 'Mercer sings his new song, "G. I. Jive." J&J rehearse romance scene.' 1/2/45 - The Strange Dr. Weird - The Tiger Cat 'delightfully gruesome...
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Topics: Comedy, sci-fi, detective, variety, OTR, pay it forward
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In this issue: tales from the deep South, from the urban North, and from Hindu and Gaelic legends. All sources Project Gutenberg unless otherwise noted. MAGPIE OVER THE HILL by John Galsworthy ….......... pg 2 THE LEADING LADY by Edna Ferber ….................. pg 5 EDWARD MILLS AND GEORGE BENTON: A TALE by Mark Twain ….......... pg 12 IN THE PINY WOODS by Mrs. B. F. Mayhew............................ pg 17 MARK TWAIN by E. F. Harkins ….............................. pg 28 THE SEA-MAIDEN...
Topics: short stories, essays, humor, holiday, Christmas, subway, NYC